When you have pain and there wasn't an accident or direct trama to the area, the pain is related to your posture. Basically your left hip is not doing what your right hip is doing and this is showing up in a couple ways. If you stand in bare feet in front of a mirror you will notice that your left and right sides of your body do not look symmetrical. One hip might be elevated (higher) or rotated. Also notice that your knees and feet might be pointing in different directions and your shoulders and hands might not look even. These are all postural imbalances that are contributing to the pain, but the good news is they are all fixable. Get the book called
"Pain Free" by Pete Egoscue and start doing the e-cises in the Hip Pain Chapter. You should start feeling better right away. Let me know how it goes. -Matt Whitehead
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